26 October 2014

It is good to see that after a no sea day the Southern Right Whales are still around...

Written by Sandra Hoerbst, October 26 2014

26 October 2014

Guide Summary and Photographs

It is good to see that after a no sea day the Southern Right Whales are still around. We had a few different mother and calf pairs in the Uilenkraalsmond area. Some new mothers arrived during the stormy weather yesterday. One calf was curious and approached us, but the mother did not allow him to come to close. Another calf breached twice for us today. After whale watching we headed towards Dyer Island and also had a look at the Cape Fur seals on Geyser Rock. Can’t wait for another day out at sea tomorrow.

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Written by Sandra Hoerbst

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